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Nature or Nurture: Hiking as the Antidote to our Digital Age

One of my readers, Winston sent me this blog post and I thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy a little dose of nature courtesy of Winston’s Diary.   This is approaching the summit of Alta Peak in Sequoia National Park   Prior to moving to the Bay Area, I barely spent any time in the wilderness—couldn’t, in fact, finish a mild five-mile trail in New England without being beset by the twin devils of exhaustion and boredom. Fast-forward through several…

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Healthy camping food ideas

We all know it’s tough eating healthy. It’s even harder eating healthy while camping. So how do you stay on your meal plan and still go out and rough it in nature? It takes a little planning, but it’s definitely possible. First, take the basic staples. As long as you have a fire or a portable stove, you’re golden! I went to Big 5 Sporting Goods and bought one for $25 dollars, and the propane cartridges were $15. Not a bad…

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